Resources

Considering Adam for your event?

If you like what you’ve seen and are considering booking Adam for your event to inspire your team to use his methodology to create a culture of engagement then you should definitely take the time to discover some of the resources and information on this page, much of which you can download to share with your colleagues or include in your event programme.

Travel

Adam travels from London Heathrow, Gatwick and City Airports. For shorter journeys withing Europe of up to 4 hours he’s happy to fly economy and for anything further afield flies business class.

For domestic booking, he travels from Folkestone, Kent. Therefore, to ensure that he’s at his freshest for your opening keynote slot would be grateful if you could find him a room at the inn.

For virtual sessions, he does not charge for travel from his lounge.

AV Requirements

Adam uses slides designed in PowerPoint in 16:9 ratio, if you’d like him to reformat them to meet your requirements, then he’s happy to so please just give him as much notice as possible. 

He’s more than happy to send you his slides in advance but also brings them on a USB on the day so that he can make changes on the fly to emphasise things he’s seen or heard at your event.  

There’s nothing too fancy needed in terms of equipment, he uses a lapel or headset microphone and brings his own ‘clicker’.

Adam’s ‘walk on music’ of choice is Harder, Better, Faster, Stronger by Daft Punk. If this is not available then he’ll settle for a standing ovation instead.

For Your Programme and On The Day

Adam’s full biography  has its own page on this website but if you’re looking for something more concise that you can include in your event website or programme then please feel free to use the version below:

Adam is an organisational culture keynote speaker and author. A former 5* hotelier, he was named Independent Hotelier of the Year and included in the British Travel & Hospitality hall of Fame. He’s appeared on BBC and Sky News, writes regularly for the business press and online publications. He holds an MBA from the Cranfield School of Management and has also been designated a Fellow and awarded Chartered Manager status by the Chartered Management Institute. Today, he inspires and supports organisations to achieve success through an employee centric approach to business, by building FIVE STAR teams.

If you’re all the way down here, I must be doing okay, so why not get in touch…?
Hopefully speak soon.